Warm Greetings of the day!! There is a change in the selection process. The last year process had WAT and this year, Extempore will be conducted in its place. We request the aspirants to be prepared for the same. We wish you all the very best for the selection process.
The selection process was divided into three levels. First, we had WAT followed by second round- GD on the same topic. The topic was related to then current geopolitical scenario. It was engaging, thought-provoking, and insightful. The PI was the final round which majorly revolved around my graduation background i.e., Economics. The PI was relxed and the panel members were receptive to questions related to the Institute or courses offered. Tip: Try to keep your points in WAT and GD concise and crisp as you have a stipulated time for both. And try to establish eye contact while in GD and PI.
Proud Moment for #LBSIM as one of our students Mr. Nishit Srivastav (@srivastavnishit) of Batch 2020-2022 secured 2nd Runner-up position in NEEV RESURGANCE’s event War of DJ’s....🎊🎉🥳🤩 Heartiest congratulations to him.🎉🎉 We wish he will continue this winning streak and make us all proud again...😊😊 #LBSIM #LifeatLBSIM #Mantra #Congratulations #ProudMoment
Razzmatazz is touching heights with their talented bunch of team members. We are elated to share that Somya Jain (PGDM R&BA) has secured 1st runner up position in Xenia'21 - 'Step Up' Dance Competition: Semi - Classical Category been organized by ISBF with her graceful moves. Many more accolades to come 🥰 #LBSIM #LifeatLBSIM #Congratulations #Dance #SemiClassical #Competition
The GD-PI-WAT process was easy. The WAT and GD were on the same topic. We had a very engaging, healthy group discussion and apt points were raised by one and all. As a biotechnology student with no work experience, the PI was my weak point. I wasn’t sure what kind of questions to expect and how economics or commerce-oriented it would be. But to my surprise, the PI was relaxed and the interviewers understood my predicament so asked me questions on biology and general current affairs. It was a well-organised and executed process. I thoroughly enjoyed it despite the initial nervousness.
Tip: Be confident, answer honestly and make valid points even if you make only one or two during GD.
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"Saraswati Namasthubhyam, Varadey Kaama-Rupinee, Vidhya-arambham Karishyami, Siddhir Bhavathu Mei Sadaa" Vasant Panchami is a joyous occasion that celebrates Goddess Saraswati and the virtues she represents. Worship Goddess Saraswati to remove ignorance and attain knowledge, shed darkness, encompass the light, reject mediocrity and embrace spiritedness. Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management wishes you all a very Happy Vasant Panchami and Saraswati Pooja. May you all be showered with Goddess Saraswati's blessings 🙏. #LBSIM #PGDM #NewDelhi #culture #Vasant_Panchami #pooja #Devi_Saraswati #knowledge #Right_understanding #wishes #blessings #prayer #faith
My experience for WAT-GD-PI in LBSIM was good. Firstly, everything was well-organized and managed from the start to end. The process started with WAT followed by GD and then PI. WAT/GD topics were not that difficult. The interview includes both academics and general knowledge questions.
Tip- Don't be nervous, just follow the current ongoing News. All the very best!!
The experience of GD-PI-WAT in LBSIM was an amalgam of easy, moderate, and difficult tasks because the topic which I got in GD was easy but to say on that topic was not as easy as I thought and PI consisted of questions ranging from introducing yourself to why MBA, why LBSIM and then to all the knowledge I gained during graduation. Overall, I would conclude by saying that process is on a moderate level which can be cleared with basic general knowledge and understanding of the subject.
Tip: Be confident during the process and most importantly be yourself.
All the best to you all.
In this era where dependence on the internet is increasing with data being the new oil, the concern of crimes over internet has also raised. Cyber crime is a huge problem for today's generation and taking note of this, Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management organized a webinar on the topic, "Cyberlaw and Cybercrime Against Women: Identification and Prevention" in collaboration with National Commission For Women. LBSIM feels immense pleasure for hosting Justice HMJ Pratiba M.Singh, Judge, High Court, Delhi, also rewarded a position amongst The Top 30 Powerful Women by CII. She started the seminar while remembering Gandhiji and many other martyrs on the occasion of Martyr's day. Topics discussed were different forms of cyber crimes, their causes and legal aspects in India and the changes required in society and ourselves. She highly focused on the fact that cybercrime is not happening only against women but also against men and in both the cases, a person should take a stand and complain to the cyber cell or the police. We as an institute feel honoured to have had her as our Chief Guest who can be a guide keeping our students aware and safe. In the second half of the session, we were honoured to have the presence of three eminent speakers and Mr. Anil Shastri, chairman of LBSIM. First speaker was Mr Vineet Kumar, social entrepreneur, Founder & President, Cyberpeace Foundation. He spoke about cyber weapons, cyber warfare, hacking, email attacking, ATM crime among an array of things. He mentioned online portals and helpline numbers that can be used to file a complaint. Next was Dr. C.B. Sharma (IPS retired), Founder & CEO, Dr. CBS Cybersecurity service. He shared very important aspect i.e. Indian penal code and law revolving around cybercrime. He talked about punishment involved and said precaution is always better than cure. Hence, interaction should be limited. Next was Prof. Ritu Gupta, National Law University, Delhi. She gave various real life examples of these crimes and is a firm believer of quote 'No Means No'. She said women need to get their back strong to take stand against crimes. "Rather than fearing or ignoring cyber attacks, do ensure your cyber resilience to them." #LBSIM #NewDelhi #PGDM #online_webinar #cyber_security #awareness #speakers #NCW #CBS #cyberpeace #stand_against_crime #complain #Dwarka #LBSRC #cybercrime #crime_awarness #Martyrs_day #delhipolice #delhicourt #safety #cybercell #no_more_crimes #India
The much awaited 'Shortlist' is published on the official LBSIM website for you to view. The students on list were selected to appear for the second round of admission process, GD-PI-WAT. The Admission Office is in the process of sending out the call letters via e-mail so make sure to check your inbox, spam or junk inbox. Go through the details mentioned on the call letter carefully. A second shortlist will also be released soon. Don't forget to keep checking the official website for future updates. In case of queries, please feel free to contact the Admission Office.
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